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Molecular biochemistry of human disease
|Statement||George Feuer, Felix A. De la Iglesia.|
|Contributions||De la Iglesia, Felix A.|
|The Physical Object|
ROBERT C. SMART, PhD, is a William Neal Reynolds Professor of Toxicology, the Director of the Center for Human Health and the Environment, and the former Director of the Toxicology Graduate Program at North Carolina State University. Together with Dr. Hodgson, he coedited the two previous editions of this book. ERNEST HODGSON, PhD, is Distinguished Professor . Advances in Molecular Retrovirology. This book gives a comprehensive overview of recent advances in Retrovirology, as well as general concepts of molecular biology of retroviral infections, immunopathology, diagnosis, and prevention, to current clinical recommendations in management of retroviruses, including endogenous retroviruses, highlighting the ongoing .
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Taught by Professor Kevin Ahern of Oregon State University, this course covers the essential topics of a first-semester college course in biochemistry and molecular biology, introducing amino acids, proteins, enzymes, genes, and dealing with the intricate workings of living cells. A background in high school-level chemistry is helpful.5/5(53). BASICS ON MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (PDF 52P) This note explains the following topics: Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes, All Cells have common Cycles, DNA structure, Human chromosomes, RNA, Proteins, Amino acids, Genes, Exons and introns and splicing, DNA sequencing, Whole-genome shotgun sequencing, BAC-by-BAC sequencing, Hybrid method .
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The book adopts a unique approach to the topic compared with other biochemistry textbooks currently available, in that each biochemical subject is introduced by a human disease relating the biochemical principles to be developed in that by: 8.
Abstract. This chapter is on proteins and opens with a discussion of prion disease. The model is Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease. Topics discussed in this chapter are as follows: amino-acid-related diseases, biochemistry of the amino acids, potential charges on amino acids, numbering of carbon atoms, charge state, synthesis of nonessential amino acids, amino acid degradation, amino.
Molecular biochemistry of human disease. Boca Raton, Fla.: CRC Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Feuer, George, Molecular biochemistry of human disease. Boca Raton, Fla.: CRC Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: George Feuer; Felix A De la Iglesia.
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Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry: An International Journal for Chemical Biology in Health and Disease publishes original research papers and short communications in all areas of the biochemical sciences, emphasizing novel findings relevant to the biochemical basis of cellular function and disease processes, as well as the mechanics of action of hormones and chemical.
Molecular biochemistry of human disease book Molecular Biochemistry of Human Diseases - CRC Press Book First published in This book is to help medical, pharmacy, and advanced students in science to understand the growing importance of continuously advancing biochemical concepts in human disease.
This textbook uses a case-study approach to present the core principles of biochemistry and molecular biology in the context of human disease to students who will be involved in patient care. The 29 clinical cases have been carefully selected to cover key scientific concepts and some common, and other not so common, diseases.
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1st Edition Published on Aug by CRC Press First published in This book is to help medical, pharmacy, and advanced students in science to under Molecular Biochemistry of Human Diseases - 1st Edition - George Feuer.
As the molecular basis of human disease becomes better characterized, and the implications for understanding the molecular basis of disease becomes realized through improved diagnostics and treatment, Molecular Pathology, Second Edition stands out as the most comprehensive textbook where molecular mechanisms represent the is uniquely concerned with the.
InDr Astrin became Associate Professor of Preclinical Sciences at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine where he teaches Biochemistry, Introduction to Human Genetics and Molecular Biology/Molecular Genetics courses.
Dr Astrin’s research interests include Fabry disease and the inherited diseases of heme biosynthesis, the porphyrias.
The book adopts a unique approach to the topic compared with other biochemistry textbooks currently available, in that each biochemical subject is introduced by a human disease relating the biochemical principles to be developed in that chapter.
“By integrating cutting‐edge molecular genetics and biochemistry with the latest clinical information, the book weaves a pattern that unifies biology with syndromes, genetic pathways with disease phenotypes, and protein function with drug action,” reads the description on the first page of the : Kathleen Cornely.
It is also an excellent reference for researchers and physicians who need a clinically relevant reference for the molecular genetics of inherited human diseases. Reviews "With over pages, this book provides students and professionals in life sciences, pharmacy and biochemistry with all they need to know about molecular biotechnology.".
Description: The 17 chapters in this book outline different aspects of human biochemistry as they relate to disease. Each chapter starts with the description of a disease whose etiology is related to the chapter's content.
An excellent index of 77 pages and three useful appendixes end the : $ Understanding the basis of human disease The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics is dedicated to providing cutting-edge research and education that improves our understanding of the structure and function of genes on a molecular level and of the chemical processes within and related to living organisms and ideas pathogenesis.
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Functional Biochemistry in Health and Disease provides a clear and straightforward account of the biochemistry that is necessary to understand the physiological functions of tissues or organs essential to the life of human beings. Focusing on the dynamic aspects of biochemistry and its application to the basic functions of the body, the book bridges the gap between biochemistry.
Get this from a library. Human biochemistry and disease. [Gerald Litwack] -- "Human Biochemistry and Disease skillfully Integrates clinical medicine into the teaching of basic biochemistry. This book explains how things work in the. The manifestations of disease are assembled in diagnosis and they constitute a taxonomy.
The process which underlies them is the pathogenesis of disease. The cause of disease comprises either an event that overwhelms homeostatic mechanisms (an extrinsic cause) or one that undermines them (an intrinsic cause).This text uses a case-study approach to present the fundamentals of biochemistry and molecular biology in the context of human disease to students who will be involved in patient care.
The 32 cases, carefully selected to cover common diseases and important principles, are supplemented by clinical descriptions of each disease and a comprehensive discussion of the underlying /5(3).Protein dysfunction: cause and effect in human disease.
Although a wide variety of disorders are covered in individual chapters, the slant of the book is towards haematology and neurology. However, as a clinician interested in cardiovascular disease, I was disappointed not to see the molecular genetics of monogenic hypertension or the Author: Aroon D Hingorani.